Fleets have an increasing amount of options when selecting wheel end systems.
During this year’s Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance International Roadcheck event, which starts June 4, members of the Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Network are offering tire inspections and other tire management services.
Typically there are four pillars to determine your true cost: Initial tire cost, mileage to removal, fuel efficiency and retreadability (or casing value).
Hankook Tire has released its latest ultra-super single drive tire to the company’s truck and bus radial (TBR) lineup.
With tires being one of a fleet’s biggest costs, it’s important to have a program in place that enables you to get the most value out of the tires you buy. Here are a couple of steps that can help you extend tire tread life.
The well-known benefits of tire pressure monitoring and automatic tire inflation systems have lead to their steady adoption by fleets.
Cooper Tire has released a new mixed service-wide base all-position (WBA) tire as part of its Cooper Severe Series lineup.
On April 25, the Bandag Fleets We Depend On roadshow visited the Bridgestone Americas Technical Center.
Ken-Tool has released Pilot Sleeve wheel centering sleeves, manufactured to be used with steel or aluminum commercial truck steer wheels, drive wheels and inside/outside dual wheels that use two-piece flange nuts.
TBC Brands has introduced the Trailer King RST Tire. The ST radial tire is Trailer King’s latest ST tire built for modern trailer applications.
Bridgestone Americas, Inc. launched the Bridgestone R284 Ecopia tire last week, a SmartWay-verified steer tire designed for improved fuel economy and enhanced treadwear.
Bridgestone’s IntelliTire tire telematics system is the evolution of the manufacturer’s tire data platform for its casings and a companion to the Bandag Alliance System (BASys), which tracks and reports on a fleet’s retread inventory and tire performance to ensure that fleets achieve maximum performance and treadwear from their casings.